Nihonbashi B&B

Address: Via Rastrelli 81, Rome, Lazio, 00128, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Pinch Me

A travel blog entry by aschneider on Oct 25, 2014

2 comments, 29 photos

... Competing with myself and the clock is all I need. PR, baby!

As a result of my *ahem* competitiveness, I vowed to go back this weekend and take pictures of the race route. While walking the route, I was constantly appreciating the rarity of what we got to do. Lanes of traffic were closed on ...

A Busy Last Few Days

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jun 25, 2014

... Subiaco. Subiaco is the monastery where St. Benedict first dedicated himself to the monastic life. He spent several years there in solitude. According to tradition, St. Benedict did not live in the abbey and instead stayed in a small grotto about 40 feet down the mountain. The other brothers would feed him by sending down food in a basket. The monastery is incredible. It is highly decorated with frescoes and there are 2 different churches stacked on top of each other. It kind ...

Tras Teh Veh Reh and Janiculum Hill

A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 07, 2014

6 photos

... We stood in front of it for a couple of minutes trying to figure out how to validate our tiny ticket stub (the slot was much much larger) before an ATAC officer came to our rescue, much to his chagrin.

After arriving at Trastevere train station, we were again caught in the experience of dealing with Italian public transportation. I knew I was meant to be on.. I knew which direction I as meant to be heading.. The maps however could have been written in Sanskrit ...


A travel blog entry by darylheather on Oct 15, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... great. You just can't pick the Italians. They are either just wonderful ( the majority ) or absolute pricks! Got ourselves to the Trevi Fountain, along with hundreds of other tourists. A threatening storm cleared the area a little so we were able to get some snaps and throw a coin into the water (apparently guaranteeing our return another time ) Caught the Metro home, foot sore and tired but satisfied with our day of history. ...

Ah - Who said Rome couldn't be done in a day?

A travel blog entry by jimbobuk on Aug 09, 2013

5 photos

... were lining up in the Sun so far away from the entrance. Having Kids made the decision easy and I'd seen it all before last time I was over.
We jumped back on the bus and got off to throw a few coins in the fountain and allowed the kids to be real Aussies and dip their heads and dirty feet in before tossing in a coin for the pleasure. The Polizza blew their whistle at the same time but not at ...